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Pineapples Are the New Christmas Trees
Say hello to your favorite tropical holiday decoration.
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First, there were the pineapple jack-o'-lanterns that took over your Instagram feed in October. Now, there's a new pineapple decoration perfect for the upcoming holiday season: pineapple Christmas trees. Yes, really.

Think of it as a way to add a little tropical flair to your holiday decor. And luckily, there are already a variety of pineapple Christmas trees out there to serve as inspiration.

You can hang ornaments on your pineapple:


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You can add lights:

Why not add a pair of sunglasses to your pineapple:

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There's really no limit to how creative you can be with your pineapple tree. While it's unlikely that pineapples will soon replace candy canes as the go-to holiday treat, there's no reason not to try this tropical alternative to a Christmas tree.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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